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[texts]A manual of the philosophy of voice and speech : especially in relation to the art of public speaking - Hunt, James, 1833-1869
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Keywords: Speech; Voice
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[texts]Stammering and stuttering; their nature and treatment - Hunt, James, 1833-1869
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Keywords: Stuttering
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[texts]Stammering and stuttering; their nature and treatment - Hunt, James, 1833-1869
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Keywords: Stuttering
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[texts]Stammering and stuttering; their nature and treatment - Hunt, James, 1833-1869
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[texts]Stammering and stuttering : their nature and treatment - Hunt, James, 1833-1869

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[texts]Lectures on man: his place in creation, and in the history of the earth - Vogt, Karl Christoph, 1817-1895
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Keywords: Anthropology
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[texts]Lectures on man ; his place in creation, and in the history of the earth - Vogt, Karl Christoph, 1817-1895
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Keywords: Anthropology
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[texts]The Negro's place in nature: a paper read before the London Anthropological Society - Hunt, James, 1833-1869. [from old catalog]
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Keywords: Blacks. [from old catalog]; Monogenism and polygenism. [from old catalog]
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[texts]The Negro's place in nature : a paper read before the London Anthropological Society - Hunt, James, 1833-1869
"The Human Family is composed of a certain number of species or races ... The White, or Caucasian, is the most elevated, and the Negro the most subordinate of all the Races in their organic structure, and therefore in their faculties."--P. [4]
Keywords: Black race; Monogenism and polygenism; Slavery
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